Illustration

Eclectic Fashion Illustrations are a Fabulous Collision of Patterns


Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Self-taught illus­tra­tor Jérémy Com­bot says that he’s “guid­ed by pas­sion” in cre­at­ing his fash­ion-cen­tric por­traits. The col­or­ful and intri­cate­ly detailed—just look at all those lines!—feature a dizzy­ing array of motifs that vibrate when placed next to one anoth­er. “Mix­ing pat­terns that are not sup­posed to fit at first sight makes my work very inter­est­ing and fun at the end,” he explains.

Jérémy also enjoys fus­ing seem­ing­ly dis­parate cul­tur­al influ­ences. “I like to work on the mix of gen­res, reflect­ed through my work,” he writes, “unrav­el the peri­ods of time and trends to recon­struct a unique and per­son­al look.” Con­tin­u­ing, “I am inspired by very eclec­tic ref­er­ences: some­times a chic and cool Saint-Ger­main-des-Prés Icon, or a Shored­itch neo-punk, or even a Geisha doll-like. It is lim­it­less.”

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustration by Jérémy Combot

Illustrations by Jérémy Combot